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down. having been an old newspaper man i can type fast. i read about a thousand words a day. for us old newspaper man, that is about equivalent to a typical day story that any reporter can knock out. switch 270,000 word book is the third and final volume. i tell myself it's only 270 days stories. that's less than a year of writing. so that's how i do it. i spend the afternoons. i write until i start to turn to mush around noon. i spend the afternoon at again and reading back through what i've written in the morning and preparing for the next day's writing, which consists of taking that segment of the outline and further refining it and then i read it one last time after dinner and not. i put it away and i usually don't mess with it again until we are in the final editing of the book. the next and you know you've a book. that's it. we are out of time. thank you so much. [applause] >> host: "the guns at last light: the war in western europe 1944-1945" was the third of the trilogy. you can find the phone numbers on the screen. if you'd like to talk with mr. atkinson about his trilogy, he'l
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